Triscuits Make The Perfect Crust
Triscuits are usually reserved for party appetizers or a craving of cheese and crackers. But if you crush them up, they make a delicious casserole crust as well.
There are two types of crackers that I adore: Ritz and Triscuits. Both are delicious with a slice of cheese on top, but they're also very good for stuffings or dropped in steaming bowls of soup. The one thing I'd never considered using them for, though, was to top my casseroles. If I'm going to top my casseroles with something, it's usually breadcrumbs. But when Taste of Home recommended the alternative use for the snack, I was so intrigued I just had to try it. Not only did the cracker give the casserole an extra kick of flavor, it gave it a nice crunch as well. The casserole was so tasty in fact, that I will definitely top more of them with this crunchy tidbit.
Triscuit chicken casserole
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